We register our KuneKune's with the American KuneKune Pig Society. The members and officers are some of the friendliest and most helpful people I've met in the animal husbandry world. I've found they are more than willing to help others get started in the KuneKune world. Maybe pig folks are just like that?
Here is the breed standard according to the AKKPS, which is a standard that was adopted from the British KuneKune pig society but with some minor adjustments.
AKKPS Breed Standard
The vision should be unobstructed, except by possible forward inclined ears
The snout, mouth, and teeth should be suitable for foraging and grazing
The overall weight of the pig should be such that it is comfortable and able to run. The goal would be to have a pig that is healthy over all other things.
HEAD: face broad and dished, a short to medium snout and teeth suitable for grazing: 10 points
EARS: erect or flopped, inclined forward: 5 points
WATTLES: two, well formed and well attached: 10 points
NECK: short to medium, jowl light to medium: 5 points
BODY: shoulders level and in proportion, chest moderately wide between the legs, and well rounded hams: 10 points
BACK: strong, level or slightly arched: 10 points
TAIL: a natural tail, set high: 5 points
LEGS: straight, well set, able to support the size. Pasterns strong and resilient. The ability to walk well with a good straight action.: 10 points
FEET: strong, closed, and even: 10 Points
SKIN/HAIR: Healthy, coat color matching one of the recognized colors on the AKKPS color chart: 5 points
SEXUAL CHARACTERISTICS: Female; a sow should have at least 10 evenly spaced teats Male; a boar should exhibit masculine characteristics and 10 evenly spaced teats: 10 points
TEMPERAMENT: friendly, calm, placid natured: 10 points